JP5706137B2 - Method and computer program for displaying a plurality of posts (groups of data) on a computer screen in real time along a plurality of axes - Google Patents

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JP5706137B2
JP5706137B2 JP2010260426A JP2010260426A JP5706137B2 JP 5706137 B2 JP5706137 B2 JP 5706137B2 JP 2010260426 A JP2010260426 A JP 2010260426A JP 2010260426 A JP2010260426 A JP 2010260426A JP 5706137 B2 JP5706137 B2 JP 5706137B2
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直己 善家
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  The present invention relates to a user interface for effectively displaying a plurality of posts (groups of data) on a computer screen. More specifically, a plurality of posts continuously transmitted from other computers are displayed in a multifaceted manner along a plurality of axes on a computer screen in accordance with a user input or selection operation, and are displayed. Concerning ideas for switching posts in real time.

  Information transmission through “tweets” and “Tweets” has become popular. This is a communication tool that allows loose connections to occur as individual users post monologous content with short phrases (text data of up to 140 characters), and it has become a popular corporate service. ing. A typical example is a service called the registered trademark “TWITTER” (Japanese registration number 5188811).

  Each individual user's post is assigned a unique URL, and his / her own site “Home” (usually application software running on the computer operated by the individual user) Then, the user's posts that have been “followed” in advance are scrolled and displayed on the computer screen in a chronological order called “timeline”.

  Compared to technology such as writing to blogs, it is characterized by high real-time characteristics. For example, loose communication that triggers even a casual question such as “What's Happening?” It is possible.

  However, the larger the number of users you follow, such as when participating in public discussions or events using this communication tool, the more posts are sent and displayed on the computer screen at one time. Therefore, it becomes difficult to draw a communication flow (situation or trend) from among the plurality of posts.

  Especially when multiple topics and multiple themes from multiple speakers are mixed in multiple posts that progress in real time, it becomes even more difficult and timely. As a “tweet”, it becomes difficult to provide effective feedback to establish communication.

  In this regard, there is a case where a speaker (called a follower) who is a user who sends information designates a “keyword” defined in advance as a topic as “tweet” (post). . If there is such a designation, it is possible to narrow down only necessary posts by relying on the “keyword” as a device on the part of the user who follows “tweet” from the speaker. However, it is impossible to further narrow down the narrowed down results.

  In addition, “tweets” for which “keywords” are not specified cannot even be narrowed down in the first place. Further, in a state of progressing in real time, “keywords” forming a topic are gradually shifted or suddenly changed, which is a phenomenon that frequently occurs in daily conversation. In order to establish natural and loose communication, such changes should be tolerant, and it is required to respond flexibly as a user.

  In this respect, it is important to be able to analyze a plurality of posts in real time on the side of the following user.

  Patent Document 1 describes a system that performs multidimensional analysis by interpreting an operation instruction described in a natural language at a part of speech level.

  Patent Document 2 describes a system that analyzes a single utterance by a user and presents information such as an advertisement related to the utterance, but does not perform analysis over a plurality of utterances.

  In Patent Document 3, the axis information used by the first analyst for the analysis is stored together with the keyword, and the analyst after the next time inputs the keyword, and the analysis axis information can be used based on the keyword. However, it is only a system within the scope of the analysis axis to be analyzed in the first place.

  In Patent Document 4, a multi-dimensional DB system is easily constructed by a user interactively selecting a format based on a sample configuration (analysis scenario) prepared in advance for each purpose of use. However, the multidimensional DB analysis model is merely set based on the existing configuration.

  Patent Document 5 is a system for automatically defining a dimension model based on the mutual relationship of relational schemas. However, dimensions are defined based on the mutual relationship of the relational schema, and analysis dimensions are not defined based on data stored in a single table.

JP 2004-46394 A JP 2009-193133 A JP 2004-252797 A Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 11-316766 JP 2004-303213 A

  An object of the present invention is to provide a user interface that effectively displays a plurality of posts (groups of data) on a computer screen.

  A plurality of posts from which information is continuously transmitted are displayed in a multifaceted manner along a plurality of axes on a computer screen in accordance with a user input or selection operation.

  In addition, the posting to be displayed is switched in real time according to the movement of the cursor (marking) or the element of the designated dimension.

  This is meaningful for multifaceted analysis by users.

FIG. 1 is a diagram showing a connection relationship between a plurality of computers as a background for implementing the present invention. FIG. 2 is a diagram showing the configuration of a computer that implements the present invention. FIG. 3 is a diagram illustrating a method for displaying a plurality of posts (groups of data) on a computer screen according to the present invention. FIG. 4 is a diagram for explaining a method for displaying a plurality of posts (groups of data) on a computer screen according to the present invention, and shows a state in which the situation has changed from FIG. FIG. 5 is a diagram for explaining a method of displaying a plurality of posts (groups of data) on the computer screen according to the present invention, and shows a state in which the situation has changed from FIG. 6 is a diagram for explaining a method of displaying a plurality of posts (groups of data) on a computer screen according to the present invention, and shows a state in which the situation has changed from FIG. FIG. 7 is a schematic diagram showing a plurality of tables used when carrying out the present invention. FIG. 8 is a diagram showing a procedure for tracking the relevance of a plurality of axes to a user's movement operation of a cursor (marking) in carrying out the present invention. FIG. 9 is a diagram showing a procedure for tracking an input or selection by a user in filter prompts prepared on a plurality of axes in carrying out the present invention.

  FIG. 1 is a diagram showing a connection relationship between a plurality of computers as a background for implementing the present invention. The computer 10, the computer 20, and the computer 30 are each connected to the network 40 and communicate with each other. A plurality of users can perform loose communication in real time by performing an input operation or a selection operation while watching a post displayed on the computer screen. The network 40 will typically be the Internet. In addition, it is widely known that mobile phones have evolved and have played a role as computers that can be handled in a mobile environment, but the network 40 in that case may be a telephone network.

  FIG. 2 is a diagram showing the configuration of a computer that implements the present invention. 1 is a diagram illustrating a typical configuration of one of a computer 10, a computer 20, and a computer 30. FIG. The network interface 45 is connected to the network 40 (see FIG. 1). Each computer has a computer screen 50, and a liquid crystal display is typically made as an interface to the user. In a mobile phone, the user may input using a keyboard or push buttons. Input from the user can also be input through a keyboard or a mouse connected to an external keyboard or an external input terminal.

  Smartphones that have recently become widespread have a touch panel configuration that allows user operations, which is an important part of the user interface. It can also be configured such that a specific post can be selected by touching with the user's own finger or touching with a stylus pen.

  The computer screen 50 typically displays the user's own posts 52 of the computer, and further from a user (follower) who is a user of another computer connected to the network 40 and is following him / her. The posts 52 are displayed, and the posts 52 are displayed as a group of data that can be individually identified along the timeline 53 in time series.

  The computer screen 50 has some restrictions as a display space, so in typical display settings, the latest posts appear in real time from the top of the screen according to the posting time of the posts, and instead, old posts appear below. It is set to scroll and disappear from the display screen. By reading a plurality of posts 52 whose display is repeated along the timeline 53, the user can grasp the topic, theme, situation or trend in real time.

  The computer screen 50 is typically connected to a video adapter 55 and is also connected to a memory 60, a CPU 70, and an input / output (I / O) device 80. An operating system 61 is stored and resident in the memory 60.

  Typically, on the operating system 61, a tweet application program 62 is stored as standby software and serves as the basis of the communication tool, and controls the display of a plurality of posts. The tweet application program 62 can be downloaded from the outside through a storage medium, or can be downloaded from the outside through a network.

  In addition to this, the memory 60 stores a fact table 64, a dimension table 65, a dimension analysis data table 66, and a dimension rank table 67, which are data bodies. These tables are used for how to display a plurality of posts, and are implemented as hardware resources or software, or a combination of hardware resources and software. Details of these tables will be described later with reference to FIG.

The CPU 70 controls the entire processing as a computer. Any environment that allows a computer to execute functions equivalent to the tweet application program 62 can be configured as a system.

  FIG. 3 is a diagram illustrating a method for displaying a plurality of posts (groups of data) on a computer screen according to the present invention.

  As for the posting situation, a plurality of users using computers are watching a soccer (football) game in real time (on the spot or through TV), and watching the situation of the game, An example of a murmur situation.

  Here, one of the plurality of posts 52 described in FIG. 2 (a unit as a group of data to be displayed) is surrounded by a dotted line. Dotted lines for other posts are omitted, but any of a plurality of posts can be identified as a data group.

  The post 52 is expressed as a sentence that can be recognized (read) by the user on the computer screen. The phrase 521 “I don't need a dot” as a sentence is the main entity as “tweet”, and is displayed separately on the computer screen separately for each post.

  In a service called Twitter, in this example, “tweet” is expressed with a very short phrase 521 in accordance with a rule that data is stored in a maximum of 140 text data (elements such as characters, figures, or symbols).

  In this example, the poster (user) of the posting is represented by a figure or symbol 522 (in this example, a handshake symbol) on the left side of the posting 52. In this way, it is possible to easily determine which post 52 is from which speaker (user) computer has transmitted information.

  The basic default setting is that your posts and the posts of users you “followed” in advance are arranged in chronological order along the Y-axis (analysis axis) called the “timeline”. There are settings that appear on the computer screen as newer posts are newer and older posts are lower or upside down. In consideration of real-time characteristics, the more recent the post, the higher the priority as the display target.

  As another default setting, a filter was applied to display only posts that are in chronological order along the Y axis called “timeline” and that contain a specific “element”. There is a setting to narrow down. In this example, the computer identifies only posts that contain the “keyword” (combination of multiple elements such as letters, figures, or symbols) called “battle not defeated”, and displays them in chronological order along the Y axis. It is set.

  In this example, the “keyword” that expresses the topic flow (a kind of slogan) “the battle that cannot be defeated” does not appear in any of the postings 52 that are displayed in the figure. . However, it should be noted that the “keyword” is included somewhere in the maximum 140 text data posted. This is because there are some restrictions on the space prepared for the posting 52 surrounded by the dotted line, and therefore it is sometimes impossible to display all of the maximum 140 dextrous data.

  As a device for prompting the user to input or select (waiting for an instruction from the user) on the computer screen by the computer, it is possible to set the Y-axis so that the filter prompt 523 appears.

  The filter prompt 523 may be displayed as an initial default setting, or may be set to appear by some operation by the user or when the user touches somewhere on the computer screen 50. Also good. Further, when the user touches again somewhere other than the prompt 523 appearing on the computer screen 50, it may be set to disappear from the computer screen 50.

  When the arrow icon on the right side of the filter prompt 523 is clicked, a plurality of “keyword” candidates 524 of TopN that can be selected by the user (counting occurrences over a predetermined time and extracting Top (N) top) appear. Can be. The TopN candidates 524 can be arranged in descending order of appearance frequency (stored in a table to be described later) from the top, and reflect the latest situation or “trend” of a plurality of posts progressing in real time. In addition, it can be updated as appropriate. Details will be described later.

  The user touches a specific “keyword” from among a plurality of “keyword” candidates 524 to select the “keyword” and to narrow down only posts including the “keyword” as display targets. It can be executed by a computer. Again, input from the user could allow direct input through the keyboard (e.g., character input).

  For the convenience of the user, a cursor 525 indicating the position of the post to be marked is displayed so that the user can easily identify which post he / she is currently paying attention from among the displayed posts. The cursor 525 can move along the timeline (Y axis) according to the user's operation. Moreover, it can also comprise so that it can mark by directly touching the posting which wants to pay attention from the displayed several posting.

  The X-axis (left-right direction) is an axis different from the Y-axis and includes a post marked by the cursor 525, and is expanded as “another axis” for displaying the post with the cursor 525 as a pivot position. . Although not shown in the figure, the number of posts marked by the cursor 525 is not necessarily singular and may be plural.

  It can be set so that the filter prompt 526 appears also on the X axis. The method of use by the user is the same as the method of using the filter prompt 523 on the Y axis.

  Here, the poster (user) of the post marked by the cursor 525 is from a speaker (user) represented by a graphic or symbol on the left side of the post (in this example, a symbol of a four-leaf clover). Therefore, the display target is narrowed down so that only posts from the speaker (user) are displayed along the X axis. In other words, along the X axis, posts from the speaker (user) of the figure or symbol on the left side of the post (in this example, the symbol of the four-leaf clover) are additionally specified and continuous along the X axis. Is displayed.

  If the initial setting on the X-axis is a setting in which a speaker (user) has a higher priority as a display target than a keyword, such a specification is automatically made. The speaker (user) is a dimension element that is represented by a figure or a symbol (here, a four-leaf clover) as in the keyword, but is different from the keyword.

  If it is desired to change the display setting on the X-axis, clicking the arrow icon on the right side of the prompt 526 can cause a plurality of TopN “dimension element” candidates 526 to be selected by the user. The method of use by the user is the same as that for the Y axis.

  In the display of FIG. 3, the Y-axis dimension element is a keyword, and the X-axis dimension element is a speaker (user).

  FIG. 4 is a diagram for explaining a method for displaying a plurality of posts (groups of data) on a computer screen according to the present invention, and shows a state in which the situation has changed from FIG.

  The TopN candidates 524 can be arranged in descending order of appearance frequency (stored in the dimension table 65) in order from the top, and reflect the latest situation or “trend” of a plurality of posts that progress in real time. In addition, it can be updated as appropriate. Here, in the situation of FIG. 3, the situation or “trend” is such that “D that scored the goal” has a higher priority than “the battle that cannot be lost”, which has the highest priority as the display target. It has changed. Since it is indicated by “(Fight not to be defeated)” in parentheses, it is possible for the user to grasp the narrow-down keywords that are used in the current Y-axis display.

  In addition, a cursor 525 is positioned on a post of a speaker (user) of a spiral figure or symbol including a phrase about the player “D” in “D who scored a goal”, and along the X axis, Posts of the speaker (user) of the swirl figure or symbol are additionally identified and displayed in succession.

  In the display of FIG. 4, the Y-axis dimension element is the keyword, and the X-axis dimension element is the speaker.

  FIG. 5 is a diagram for explaining a method of displaying a plurality of posts (groups of data) on the computer screen according to the present invention, and shows a state in which the situation has changed from FIG.

  When “D that has decided the goal” is actually selected by the user's operation and the computer executes a process of narrowing down only posts including “keywords” such as “D that has decided the goal” to display, Multiple posts displayed alongside will also change.

  In addition, a plurality of posts displayed at the same time along the X-axis also have a predetermined time elapsed from the priority order in the situation of FIG. Since it may have been added, even a post from the same inventor (user) may change the priority, and it is displayed along the timeline along the X axis.

  The X-axis can also be set to “Timeline”, and there are settings that are displayed on the computer screen in chronological order along the X-axis (newer on the right post, older on the left post, or vice versa) . In consideration of real-time characteristics, the more recent the post, the higher the priority as the display target.

  However, it is desirable that the posting marked by the cursor 525 does not change as a fixed setting in time-series order as a marked pivot that works like a memo for the user. However, it is easy for those skilled in the art to make the setting not fixed.

  In the display of FIG. 5, the Y-axis dimension element is the keyword, and the X-axis dimension element is the speaker.

  6 is a diagram for explaining a method of displaying a plurality of posts (groups of data) on a computer screen according to the present invention, and shows a state in which the situation has changed from FIG.

  According to the user's selection, the post “D Kita!” (A kind of emotional expression) marked in FIG. 5 is marked with the post “D seems to belong to Club E” by moving the cursor 525. Has been shifted. Further, the “keyword” on the X axis is narrowed down according to the keyword “D belongs to club E” in “D seems to belong to club E”.

  Here, since the keyword is prioritized over the speaker on the X axis, a plurality of posts arranged along the X axis are displayed with different speakers.

  In the display of FIG. 6, the Y-axis dimension element is a keyword, and the X-axis dimension element is also a keyword.

  The cursor 525 can also move along the X axis. In such a case, a plurality of posts arranged along the Y axis are different. Since the marked post changes, the post displayed on the Y-axis side changes. This is because the X-axis and the Y-axis are “related” through the commonality in posting common pivot positions.

  A cursor 525 as a pivot can be set at the center of the computer screen 50. Even if the cursor moves, it is easier for the user to see and handle if the cursor 525 is always at the center of the screen. However, it is not limited to this.

  FIG. 7 is a schematic diagram showing a plurality of tables used when carrying out the present invention.

  The fact table 64 is a data body. For each post, the time of transmission and dimension elements (distinguishing between speakers and distinguishing keywords (if specified)) are managed. A plurality of timelines can be configured simply by following the transmission time, and this is a predetermined setting order stored in the computer in advance.

  By counting appearances over a predetermined time for the fact table 64, a dimension table 65 can be created in consideration of the real-time nature of the situation. These fact table 64 and dimension table 65 are tables created also in a technique known as OLAP (online analytical processing). Taking snapshots and trying to reconstruct them as multidimensional data.

  When a keyword is not designated by a speaker, it is possible to automatically extract a high-frequency appearance from a plurality of postings (phrases).

  In order to carry out the present invention, it becomes characteristic to create a dimension analysis table 66 and a dimension ranking table 67. In order to analyze multiple posts in a multifaceted manner in real time, by analyzing the appearance over a predetermined period of time, considering the real-time nature, whether the keyword is the dominant situation most recently, the speaker is the dominant situation recently The order for displaying on the X-axis and the Y-axis is set by analyzing the occurrence by the appearance count.

  Assigning different dimension elements to each analysis axis, with keywords on the X-axis and speakers on the Y-axis, and displaying different dimension elements on the screen in real time is extremely meaningful for multi-faceted analysis. is there.

  However, the dimension elements of the X-axis and the Y-axis can be set to the same (without following the dimension rank table 67) by the user's selection (see FIG. 6).

  FIG. 8 is a diagram showing a procedure for tracking the relevance of a plurality of axes to a user's movement operation of a cursor (marking) in carrying out the present invention.

  FIG. 9 is a diagram showing a procedure for tracking an input or selection by a user in filter prompts prepared on a plurality of axes in carrying out the present invention.

  The above description has been made with reference to the two axes, the X axis and the Y axis. However, if the person has ordinary knowledge in the technical field to which the present invention belongs, the Z axis can be added to the three-dimensional ( For example, it may be displayed in the depth direction of the computer screen.

  In addition, the dimension elements are not limited to two types such as a speaker and a keyword. In addition to this, it is easy to expand to various types such as a configuration in which a speaking partner is added.

  In general OLAP, the user can change the displayed area by dragging and dropping one of arbitrary displayed analysis axes onto another analysis axis. Similarly, in the present invention, the displayed axis can be switched by the user performing a predetermined operation. For example, the user can change the displayed content axis by dragging the X-axis filter prompt 526 and dropping it on the Y-axis filter prompt 523.

10 20 30 Computer 40 Network 45 Network interface 50 Computer screen 52 Post (group of data)
53 Timeline 55 Video Adapter 60 Memory 61 Operating System 62 Tweet Application Program 64 Fact Table (Data Body)
65 Dimension Table 66 Dimension Analysis Table 67 Dimension Ranking Table 70 CPU
80 Input / output (I / O) device 521 Phrase (This includes keywords if specified by the speaker (user))
522 Speaker (user) (Thus, it is possible to easily determine from which computer of the speaker (user) the information is transmitted)
523 526 Prompt for Filter 524 TopN Candidate (Click the arrow icon on 523 to make it appear)
525 cursor

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  1. Each that contain a visually recognizable and which have expressed the sentence display tweeter of the sentence by a user on a computer screen, a group of data, by a computer, separated by group A method of continuously displaying on a computer screen,
    Prompting a user on a computer screen to enter or select a single element or combination of elements (hereinafter “dimension elements”) on a computer screen by a computer;
    Identifying a plurality of groups of data including dimension elements (speakers or keywords) entered or selected by the computer, in response to user input or selection;
    Displaying a plurality of groups of data identified by a computer separately along a single axis on a computer screen in a separated manner;
    The computer can move along one axis over a group of data or data displayed on the computer screen according to the user's operation, and only one or more specific groups among them Displaying a cursor (marking) that points to
    Moving a cursor (marking) on a computer screen according to a user operation by a computer;
    Identifying, by the computer, a group of one or more data where the cursor (marking) is currently pointing on the computer screen (pivot position);
    Additional singular or dimensional elements that are related to either the speaker element or keyword and the dimension element that the group or groups of data currently pointed to by the cursor (marking) point to by the computer Identifying a plurality of groups of data;
    A group of one or more additional data specified by the computer is separated and continuously along a different axis that is visually recognizable on the computer screen, different from the one axis. Including the step of displaying,
    Said method.
  2. Prompt for input or selection of dimension elements includes display of TopN candidate keywords (counting occurrences over a predetermined time and extracting N tops) .
    The method of claim 1.
  3. As long as there is no user input or selection, the computer identifies a group of a plurality of data according to a predetermined setting sequence stored in advance in the computer;
    The method of claim 1.
  4. The order of predetermined settings stored in advance in the computer is a timeline in time series order,
    The method of claim 3.
  5. Dimensions of elements, 2 kinds der that tweeter and keywords, groups of data, a plurality of posts, originating from another computer connected to the network are communicating with each other in real time come Ru der including a plurality of posts,
    The method of claim 1.
  6. A dimension element on one axis and a dimension element on another axis different from one axis are displayed as different,
    The method of claim 1.
  7. For another axis, prompting the user on a computer screen to enter or select a single element or combination of elements consisting of letters, graphics, or symbols on a computer screen;
    Identifying an additional group or groups of data that includes elements of the input or selected dimensions by a computer, in response to user input or selection for another axis,
    The method of claim 1.
  8. A dimension element on one axis and a dimension element on another axis different from one axis are displayed as the same,
    The method of claim 7.
  9. Each that contain a visually recognizable and which have expressed the sentence display tweeter of the sentence by a user on a computer screen, a group of data, by a computer, separated by group A system that continuously displays on a computer screen,
    Prompting a user on a computer screen to enter or select a single element or combination of elements (hereinafter “dimension elements”) on a computer screen by a computer;
    Identifying a plurality of groups of data including dimension elements (speakers or keywords) entered or selected by the computer, in response to user input or selection;
    Displaying a plurality of groups of data identified by a computer separately along a single axis on a computer screen in a separated manner;
    The computer can move along one axis over a group of data or data displayed on the computer screen according to the user's operation, and only one or more specific groups among them Displaying a cursor (marking) that points to
    Moving a cursor (marking) on a computer screen according to a user operation by a computer;
    Identifying, by the computer, a group of one or more data where the cursor (marking) is currently pointing on the computer screen (pivot position);
    Additional singular or dimensional elements that are related to either the speaker element or keyword and the dimension element that the group or groups of data currently pointed to by the cursor (marking) point to by the computer Identifying a plurality of groups of data;
    A group of one or more additional data specified by the computer is separated and continuously along a different axis that is visually recognizable on the computer screen, different from the one axis. Execute the steps to display,
    Said system.
  10. Each that contain a visually recognizable and which have expressed the sentence display tweeter of the sentence by a user on a computer screen, a group of data, by a computer, separated by group A tweet application program that continuously displays on a computer screen,
    Prompting a user on a computer screen to enter or select a single element or combination of elements (hereinafter “dimension elements”) on a computer screen by a computer;
    Identifying a plurality of groups of data including dimension elements (speakers or keywords) entered or selected by the computer, in response to user input or selection;
    Displaying a plurality of groups of data identified by a computer separately along a single axis on a computer screen in a separated manner;
    The computer can move along one axis over a group of data or data displayed on the computer screen according to the user's operation, and only one or more specific groups among them Displaying a cursor (marking) that points to
    Moving a cursor (marking) on a computer screen according to a user operation by a computer;
    Identifying, by the computer, a group of one or more data where the cursor (marking) is currently pointing on the computer screen (pivot position);
    Additional singular or dimensional elements that are related to either the speaker element or keyword and the dimension element that the group or groups of data currently pointed to by the cursor (marking) point to by the computer Identifying a plurality of groups of data;
    A group of one or more additional data specified by the computer is separated and continuously along a different axis that is visually recognizable on the computer screen, different from the one axis. Execute the steps to display,
    The tweet application program.
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